Create Visual Design Collections with Dropmark

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In short, it’s kind of like a private Pinterest.

But so much more than that.

Dropmark is an awesome place to put “all your stuff in one simple, visual, private place.” It’s a wonderful solution for creatives and designers who want to organize inspiration or project collaboration. Organize your links, files—and even notes—into nifty visual collections.

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A Quick Tip to Get Things Done: Focus

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This is probably the quickest, shortest tip in getting things done that you’ll ever read. Keep in mind, this is about getting things done on your computer. Several weeks ago, I was messing around with my App Dock. Now, before all you Windows users stop reading, let me tell you that I used to do the […]

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Are Nonprofits Taking Tech Seriously Enough? [Infographic]

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Technology has radically changed the nonprofit world. Never before has it been as easy as it is today to find, connect, and give to charities and causes. Philanthropy and technology are working together to change the world for the better. And now with the boom of the mobile web, crowdfunding, and the high-speed Internet, it’s […]

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2 Most Important Aspects of Web Design

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I’m not a designer. That’s putting it mildly by the way. My skills consist of knowing what I want and knowing when to ask for help. That doesn’t mean I don’t recognize a good design though. I don’t pretend to know more than designers (did you catch this hilarious post with posters from a web designers […]

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Diggin’ in the Carts: A Video Game Music Documentary


I’ve never thought about it much until now. The influence that Japanese video game music has had on our culture is certainly underestimated. Just think of the hours and hours that gamers have listened to in the course of their life! In fact, in the documentary Diggin’ in the Carts, they argue that video game music […]

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Stop Kicking — Unity is Paramount


A lot has changed over the last few decades in American Christianity. We have diligently pursued the lost, the broken, and the disenfranchised Christians in as many ways as we could think of. We try new things and we grow through bad ideas; all of this is a testament to the hearts of the church […]

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Death in the Digital Age [Infographic]


What’s going to happen to your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or any other social media account once you die? With the social media market consisting mostly of those under the ‘dying of old age’ age, there hasn’t been anything seriously done about the matter. But as everyone gets older and older, this is a bridge that […]

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‘The Undoing’ by Steffany Gretzinger [Music Review]

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I love Steffany Gretzinger’s name. I love Steffany Gretzinger’s voice. The name Gretzinger is as unique and distinct as Steffany’s voice. Gretzinger is not a strange name (or face) to fans of Bethel Music, or the congregation at Bethel Church in Redding, CA. The singer has been part of the Bethel Music family for a […]

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Artful Inspiration: Oceanographies [Images]

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These ‘Oceanographies’ by Milan based illustrators and photographers Luca Broglia and Giulla Pex mix photography and illustration in a really unique way. Having spent plenty of time on Italy’s coast and experienced the warm winds and seen beautiful kites flown from the sandy shore, I can really feel the life coming off of these. Now here you […]

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8 Common eBook Myths

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eBooks and eReader tablets have become very trendy over the past decade; however, many people have still been hesitant to give digital literature a try due to the many myths floating around out there concerning the matter at hand. Those who are sincerely interested in whether or not eBooks are a good decision over more […]

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